Officer charged with breach of peace for ‘workplace threat’
BRISTOL — A Bristol police officer has been suspended after he was involved in what police say was a workplace threat.
Officer Adam Quinn was arrested and charged with second-degree breach of peace.
Police say there was a threat involving Bristol Police Department employees. Police have sealed Quinn’s arrest warrant.
They say there were no injuries and there’s no risk to the public.
They declined to release further details.
The Hartford Courant reports that Quinn was suspended Thursday until further notice.
Quinn was released on bond and is due in Bristol Superior Court on Jan. 25.
It’s unclear whether he’s being represented by an attorney.